Dynamic Czech duo part ways after winning seven Grand Slam doubles titles
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Dynamic Czech duo part ways after winning seven Grand Slam doubles titles

Czech tennis stars Barbora Krysykova and Katerina Siniakova will not play doubles together in the 2024 season, putting their hugely successful partnership on hold after winning seven Grand Slam titles together.

The WTA made the announcement on its website on Sunday.

“Playing doubles with Katarina has been an incredible journey,” Klitschkova said in a statement.” We have accomplished so much together and I am so grateful for all the memories. I wish her all the best for the future.

Dynamic Czech duo part ways after winning seven Grand Slam doubles titles

Siniakova said she began the split after missing the 2023 season due to injury.

“It was a difficult decision, but I feel it was the best decision for me at the moment,” Siniakova said in a statement.” I remain passionate about doubles and look forward to new challenges ahead.”

The Olympic doubles champions won their seventh Grand Slam title at this year’s Australian Open. They also won in San Diego this past September.

This weekend, the duo lost to Canadians Gabriela Dabrowski and Laila Fernandes in the Billie Jean King Cup.

“I’m very grateful for the opportunity to play with Katarina,” said Krejcova.” We had a lot of success together and I will always cherish the memories.

Siniakova did not rule out a future reunion with Krejcikova.

“I’m still young and still passionate about doubles,” said Siniakova.” I never say never.

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